Dominique Jade Tipper, better known to fans as Miss Tipper, was born on June 24, 1988 in London, England. An education at the O'Farrell Stage and Theatre School in childhood set her up for a life in performance, which she kicked off in her teen years as a member of the musical group Brazen Angels. Following her split with the group at age 18, Tipper tried her hand at acting, appearing in films like "Adulthood" (2008) and "Fast Girls" (2012) and stage performances like a Royal Court Theatre production of "5, 6, 7, 8" around the same time. In 2012, Tipper released the single "Superstar," followed by her eponymous EP the very next year. Setting aside her music career to prioritize acting, Tipper landed roles in films like the supernatural YA drama "Vampire Academy" (2014) and series like the science-fiction series "The Expanse" (Syfy 2015-), on which she played a central character, engineer Naomi Nagata. Soon after, Tipper began accruing parts in even higher profile projects, namely "The Girl with All the Gifts" (2016) and "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" (2016).